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  • You seem to be pissed off because I rejected a badly-written patch of yours about a pointless new keyword, and now you're going at war. What's your point in spreading all this FUD really ? Bring Perl 5 to an end ? Make me quit P5P ?

    And seriously are you really believing all this nonsense you're writing about releasing ?

    • Thank you for finally responding directly to me.

      You seem to be pissed off...

      I'm not angry. I'm sad.

      ... because I rejected a badly-written patch of yours about a pointless new keyword....

      Even after all of the complaints about people who talk more than they code, I don't expect standing ovations for producing code, but I would appreciate at least an acknowledgement that I did something about it.

      This is the first time (to my knowledge) you've made any comment about the implementation of the patch. If you

      • Lies and plain lies. I already commented on your patch on P5P. Several [mpe.mpg.de] times [mpe.mpg.de]. But you probably choose to ignore any opinion that's not in line with your ideology?

        There is a plan for 5.12, see for example here [mpe.mpg.de] which is a recent statement of intention. Concerning fixing release dates, I consider that pointless [blogspot.com] and I don't understand why you think release dates matter.

        Also, I don't like at all the way you systemically mischaracterise 5.10 by spreading FUD -- yes, I'm using the word again -- about how it would

        • gnore any opinion that's not in line with your ideology?

          There is a plan for 5.12, see for example here [mpe.mpg.de] which is a recent statement of intention.

          A "statement of intention" is not a "release plan".

          Concerning fixing release dates, I consider that pointless [blogspot.com] and I don't understand why you think release dates matter.

          Can you honestly say that the overly long release date have helped Perl? I think not but I would like to hear why you think it hasn't.

          Sorry, but I can't take you seriously anymore

          That is really sad. You are now dismissing him so that anything he says, whether good or bad, you don't have to worry about. I am glad we as Perlers are easily dismissive. That sure helps the dialog.